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LEGO Shop US Confirms Exclusives Retiring Soon

The LEGO Shop has finally updated the Retring Soon list and we can confirm that some of the LEGO exclusives reported earlier will indeed be going away soon. The list isn’t the reported complete list but there are some big name sets that should be retiring at the end of 2021.


Marvel Studios Iron Man (31199)

Creator Expert

London Bus (10258)
Roller Coaster (10261)
James Bond Aston Martin DB5 (10262)
Corner Garage (10264)
Gingerbread House (10267)
Harley Davidson Fat Boy (10269)


Dinosaur Fossils (21320)
Ship in a Bottle (92177)

Star Wars

A-wing Starfighter (75275)

Stranger Things

The Upside Down (75810)


Bugatti Chiron (42083)


LEGO Art Project – Create Together (21226) Revealed

Amazon UK has revealed a brand new LEGO Art set with the Art Project – Create Together (21226). The set has 4,138 pieces and will most likely retail for $119.99 and should be released on November 1. Think of the set as a parts pack for various 1×1 round tiles. It also includes 9 baseplates which you can create 36 different mosaics.

**Via Brickset**


LEGO Art Amazon Sale – August 2021

Amazon currently has some new sales on a few of the LEGO Art sets. There are three of them that have been discounted from 9%-17% off. The one that has the cheaper 9% discount is The Beatles (31198) which saves you about $11. The other two sets that have the 17% discount are the Andy Warhol’s Marilyn Monroe (31197) and the Marvel Studios Iron Man (31199). Those two sets are now priced at $99.99 which is a full Jackson bill discount.


LEGO Art World Map (31203) Designer Video

The LEGO Art World Map (31203) is now available and this morning, LEGO has also dropped the designer video for the set. Design Manager Fiorella Groves gives some insight on creating the set with the most pieces ever.

Fiorella also gives a hint of an Easter egg that she has thrown in the set. She is originally from Hong Kong and the Chinese culture means a lot to her so she has hidden something in the ocean to represent that.

For those who don’t want to look for it, it is in the Pacific Ocean and if you look closely, you can see the Chinese character 李 which means Lee. We can confirm on Fiorella’s Twitter is it is part of her name and that’s pretty awesome.

The LEGO Art World Map (31203) is now available on the LEGO Shop but here in the US, it is temporarily out of stock. You can read our early review of the set here.


New June 2021 LEGO Sets Now Available on LEGO Shop

Here in the US, there are a number of summer 2021 LEGO sets that are now available for purchase on the LEGO Shop. Although it’s not all of the summer 2021 sets like with the rest of the world, there are a still quite a few of them from various themes. Also on the list is the Everyone is Awesome (40516) set which was the single most popular post ever on our social channels.

As far as promotions are concerned, there is the LEGO FRIENDS Mug (5006068) with a purchase of the LEGO Ideas Central Perk (21319). This promo will run from June 1-13. The LEGO Ninjago 10th Anniversary BrickHeadz (40490) is available in stores for $10 when you make a $85 LEGO Ninjago purchase. If you’re not a LEGO VIP member yet, you can sign up and get a free blue LEGO minifigure keychain (854090).


LEGO The Friends Apartments (10292) – $149.99
LEGO Everyone is Awesome (40516) – $34.99


Taj Mahal (21056) – $119.99


World Map (31203) – $249.99

BrickHeadz – June 2021

Daisy Duck (40476) – $9.99
Scrooge McDuck, Huey, Dewey & Louie (40477) – $24.99
Dalmation (40479) – $14.99
Harry, Hermione, Ron & Hagrid (40495) – $24.99
Voldemort, Nagini & Bellatrix (40496) – $24.99


Olivia’s Gaming Cube (41667) – $9.99
Emma’s Fashion Cube (41668) – $9.99
Mia’s Soccer Cube (41669) – $9.99
Stephanie’s Ballet Cube (41670) – $9.99

Harry Potter

Wizarding World Minifigure Accessory Set (40500) – $14.99
Hogwarts: Polyjuice Potion Mistake (76386) – $19.99
Hogwarts: Fluffy Continue

LEGO Art World Map (31203) Review

LEGO Art World Map (31203)

Releasing on June 1 is the new LEGO Art World Map (31203) which consists the most parts in a LEGO set with 11,695 pieces and it will retail for $249.99. The map is inspired by bathymetric mapping of the ocean floor which may not be so eye pleasing to some but we’ll see if it matters that much.

LEGO Art World Map (31203)


LEGO Art World Map (31203) Officially Announced

LEGO has officially announced the new LEGO Art World Map (31203) which is the largest set that LEGO has designed coming in at 11,695 pieces. Releasing on June 1 for $249.99, the World Map is the latest addition to the LEGO Art in which the map is inspired by bathymetric mapping of the ocean floor.

Travel put firmly back on the map with huge new LEGO® Art set

Wanderlusters prepare to be enthralled by the magic of a different sort of map – the new LEGO® Art World Map. This new addition to the LEGO Art collection contains the most pieces ever included in a set in the LEGO Group’s history, with its 11,695 elements allowing builders to immerse themselves in creating a stunning representation of the earth from 2D LEGO tiles.

The new LEGO Art World Map can be reimagined in a number of different ways to express the personality and travel memories or wishes of different builders. Customisable brick-built pins can be placed to mark out destinations already visited or highlight those still on the builder’s bucket list to give this masterpiece a personal twist before it’s proudly displayed.

The set’s building instructions show how the 40 interconnecting base plates are divided into three sections for the build that can be arranged in one of three different ways, allowing you to place your favourite part of the world in the centre of your map.

The oceans on this 25.5 in. (65cm) high and 40.5 in. (104 cm) wide masterpiece can also be tailored to

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